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The global community now has the tools to meaningfully address new HIV infections; however, HIV is on the rise in Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA).
To address the challenges in EECA and ensure no one is left behind in the global effort to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic, the Elton John AIDS Foundation and Gilead Sciences have partnered together in a ground-breaking initiative called RADIAN. RADIAN aims to meaningfully address new HIV infections and deaths from AIDS related illnesses in EECA through focussed action, investment and resourcing to improve the quality of prevention and care for people at risk of or living with HIV in the region.
RADIAN is a natural evolution of the existing collaboration between the Foundation and Gilead in the EECA Key Populations fund, which gave the organisations a greater understanding of the urgent needs in EECA and the necessary experience to respond.
RADIAN is a collaboration between Gilead Sciences Europe Limited and Elton John AIDS Foundation. Funding is provided through grants which are assessed and administered by the Elton John AIDS Foundation. Gilead has no involvement in the selection and assessment of award applicants and winners.
The programme will support innovative approaches, including new models of care and expanded prevention and healthcare programmes, led by groups who are on-the-ground and part of the community.
The first RADIAN ‘Model City’ will be Almaty, Kazakhstan’s largest city. The RADIAN Model Cities Fund is looking to support programmes centred around existing health system infrastructure that deliver measurable impact in the response to HIV in Almaty. We encourage organisations who share our vision of significantly improving the quality of care for PLHIV, addressing new HIV infections and AIDS deaths in Almaty to apply for grant funding. A detailed Opportunity Announcement, including eligibility and selection criteria can be downloaded below. Additional ‘Model Cities’ will be announced in 2020.
Applications for Model Cities grants are now closed.
The RADIAN ‘Unmet Need’ fund will support local initiatives across the EECA region and beyond the select ‘Model Cities’. Initiatives selected will focus on prevention and care, education, community empowerment, and novel partnerships. The programme will be implemented locally, working with key stakeholders and partners.
The Fund is welcoming concept notes for evidence-informed solutions implementing in Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Georgia, Kosovo, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro, Republic of Moldova, Russian Federation, North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, or Uzbekistan. The Fund welcomes concept notes for multi-country projects.
Applications for Unmet Need Fund grants are now closed.
Best practices and learnings from the local implementation of RADIAN over the next five years will be used as a blueprint towards creating change across the region.
Applications for both the ‘Model Cities’ and ‘Unmet Need’ funds are now closed and applications are being processed. Applicants whose Concept Notes are selected to move forward to the Application stage will be notified by the Foundation and will be requested to submit an Application with further details on their solution.
We encourage local and regional organisations in EECA who share our vision of significantly improving the quality of care for PLHIV, addressing new HIV infections and AIDS deaths to await further opportunity announcements. Detailed requests for proposals (RfP), including eligibility and selection criteria, and additional information on how to apply will be posted here.
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TOGETHER WE CAN CREATE CHANGE IN EASTERN EUROPE AND CENTRAL ASIA